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Rock And Roll To Rock Of Ages lyrics and chords are provided for your
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Rock And Roll To Rock Of Ages Written and recorded by Bill Anderson
G C I was born to a Christian country home G And the first songs that I sang
Were the songs of praise and glory D7 G On Sunday morning when the church bells rang
I sang them first in Sunday School C G Later on I sang up in the choir
Until one Sunday morning almost without warning D7 G I realize that wasn’t my desire
C And that’s when I went from singing Rock of Ages G To singing rock and roll D7 And my momma fell down on her knees G And prayed to God to have mercy on his soul
C And the elders and the deacons G Tried to get the black sheep back into the fold C G The day I went from singing Rock of Ages D7 G To singing rock and roll
I packed a little bag C G And we began to travel all around the world
Our nights were filled with music D7 G And screaming propositions from the girls
I started rolling cigarettes C G Drinking beer and loving warm red wine
My momma wrote me letters I tied them all together D7 G Said I’ll read ‘em as soon as I get the time
We were picking in Chicago C G The night the telegram came to the gig
It was from my little sister D7 G And she said bubba bubba come home quick
Momma’s got a fever C G And daddy says she surely must be dying
And momma’s one request the thing she loves the best D7 G Was to hear you sing the gospel one more time
C And that’s when I went from singing rock and roll G Back to singing Rock of Ages D7 And the little country church G Seemed a million miles from the concert stages
C And the good Lord wrote my momma’s name G In the book of everlasting pages C G I finally went from singing rock and roll D7 G To singing Rock of Ages C G D7 G Cleft for me let me hide myself in Thee
C Yes I finally went from singing rock and roll G Back to singing Rock of Ages D7 In the little country church G Seemed a million miles from the concert stages
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